bySamuel T. Bloomfield. 1826-1828, 8 vols. 1 vol.Lex.1840.
Bloomfield's Recensio Synoptica Annotationis Sacrae is a Critical Digest commentary of collected notes Synoptically Arranged and Annotated in all the books of the New Testament. It is a massive labor and filled with classical references and original annotations. Many years in preparation and the basis of his later Greek New Testament Commentary in two volumes.To the 8 volumes I have added a 9th volume being his Lexicon after Robinson.mjm, 2010. Topics: greek, new testament, biblical, critical, philology, commentary, classical, patristic, hermeneutics
byEdwards, B. B. (Bela Bates), 1802-1852; Bulfinch, S. G. (Stephen Greenleaf), 1809-1870
Introductory essay.- Roger Sherman.- Christian Gottlob Heyne (of Gottingen)- William Whipple.- Alexander Murray.- Stephen Hopkins.- Professor Lee.- William Gifford.- Thomas Baldwin.- David Rittenhouse.- Samuel Huntington.- William Edwards.- Thomas Scott.- Lott Cary.- John Opie.- Nathaniel Smith.- John Godfrey von Herder.- Giovanni Battista Belzoni.- William Caxton.-Richard Baxter.-Arthur Young.- Charles G. Haines.- Carsten Niebuhr.- Jonas King.- Humphrey Davy.-Adam Clarke.--Count Rumford... Topic: Biography
Bloomfield's New Testament Commentary on the Greek Text based on patristic and classical sources. His previous Lexicon and his Recensio Synoptica in 8 vols is the basis of this commentary. He is always instructive and good hermeneutical source for older views on the text.mjm,2010. Topics: greek, new testament, commentary, bible, scriptures, critical, classical